10 November 2019, 9:48 am

al-Hilu adheres to secularism in Sudan

The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement, led by Abdul Aziz al-Helu (SPLM-N al-Hilu) has rejected demands by other Sudanese parties to adopt a policy of Arabization in Sudan.
SPLM spokesman Mahmoud al-Jac said his movement adheres to unite Sudan on the basis of recognition of the different nationalities, languages ​​and races in Sudan, including Arabs and non-Arabs.
The movement refused to engaged into any negotiations with the former regime, affirming its adherence and said it adheres to the secular Sudan and insists on not to apply any laws or legislation based on Islamic law, and insists on the recognition of different nationalities and local languages ​​in Sudan, including non-Arab nationalities and giving them the right of citizenship.